If you are looking to break into the building trades, especially jobs in design, you will need to design for building. Gaining skills in Autodesk Revit will help you be better prepared to get hired in today's market. With a growing number of jobs requiring Revit, this is a software program you want to learn and master. Savvy students here at SID understand that Revit is going to be part of their career. Learning Revit is a definite requirement in getting ahead.
Become More Valuable with Sought After Design Skills
Learning how to use Revit at Studio Institute Denver will give you valuable real world experience creating digital drawings, 3D models, sections and details. You’ll learn how to design floors, walls, windows and doors in plan view and then 3D view. Afterwards, you will move on to structural and HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems. These new design skills will allow you to apply your new knowledge to projects that set you apart.
Presentation skills that get your work noticed
Knowing how to confidently communicate the design intent of your project is as critical as knowing how to create your design in the first place. By enhancing your presentation skills with professional-looking elevations, renders and visualizations, you’ll be able to confidently showcase your work.
Once you have completed this course, you will know how to complete floor plans, elevations, and blueprint sheet sets. We the industry standard for interior design and construction projects in 1/4"=1' scale. Creating builders and developers plans and sets is part of this hands on course. You will learn to include the necessary dimensions on sheets so that installers and builders can understand exactly where to place materials and components in a project. Additionally, you will learn how to create demolition plans which are important to avoid any mistakes in the demo process and make sure that we are only tearing out things that will be replaced. Create elevations, which are sections of the set that only show a specific wall and what is attached to that wall. These are especially important in kitchen and bath design. The elevation will show cabinetry, appliances, and any other design components that are placed a long a wall. This will ensure that everything is installed in the correct place and that we have the appropriate amount of spacing for the fixtures involved.
Ready to take your career up a level? We are enrolling students for summer term and would love to have you join us. To learn more email firstname.lastname@example.org.